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How to remove completely the MS Search Server 2010 Express from our server?

Posted on 2013-06-03
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Dear EE experts,

We would like to ask for tech support on how to completely remove the MS Search Server 2010 Express from our server machine... We installed it on our SharePoint 2007 server...
Everytime we tried to uninstall it, here's the result that we always receive:

"Microsoft Search Server 2010 Express uninstall did not complete successfully.
One or more required Office components failed to complete successfully..."

Kindly advise on how to resolve this matter as we're afraid that there might be an effect with the IIS & other components of our SharePoint... that may result to not working properly...

Thank you & hope to hear soon...
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@takecoffe, thank you for your response... the first link, we tried it, but it will just as you to register then ask you to purchase for their product. So tricky! lol

then the second link, we installed Search Server 2010 Express & we're quite afraid of messing with our SharePoint, we don't want to re-install it again as we already have the structures setup...
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I have search lot of forum, they have  choose 2nd link ie .. reinstall SBS again after removing Microsoft Search
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We'll give it a shot... then if something that we need for support again, we'll just open a new thread then...

Thank you!
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